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REVIEW: Yonanas - REAL FRUIT looks and tastes like Soft Serve Ice Cream!

This is a super cool invention!!  Yonanas instantly turns frozen fruit into soft serve!!!  It is just as creamy and tastes just as heavenly as high calorie ice cream! My whole family loves it and it easily curbs my sweet tooth!  It's hard to believe it's just fruit. :)
The chute, plunger, and blade are dishwasher safe
I found Yonanas very easy to wash and assemble!  There aren't too many parts to worry about, just be careful around the blade!  The instructions it comes with are very user friendly, just make sure to read them before you use the machine.
The unit instantly churns the ingredients to produce a treat with the texture of frozen yogurt or soft-serve ice cream
I made some with just bananas and forgot to peel the banana before I froze it...lol
Rookie mistake.  I could easily cut off the peel but it was time consuming and COLD so be sure to peel  your fruit before you freeze!


My sister, a long time ago, made me some banana ice cream (also using ONLY bananas) in her Vitamix and I couldn't believe how good it was...especially considering I'm not a huge banana flavor fan.  But I couldn't get enough of it!    I sprinkled some nuts and a little honey on top and it was just as AMAZING!  My daughter wanted more "ice cream" and it was easy to say SURE THING!  I'm excited to try it with all kinds of fruit.  The recipe book has a lot of great ideas!

Yonanas Includes instructions and a list of recipes. Plugs into AC. 14" H x 7 1/2" W x 6" D.
You can purchase the Yonanas 902 Ice Cream Treat Maker, Black/Silver on Amazon for $49.95!  There are also other retailers where you can by Yonanas!


Check out their website for recipes like Mixed Berries with Chocolate Crust!  Look at the ingredients for it:  2 frozen ripe bananas, 3⁄4 cup frozen mixed berries—blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries  SO COOL!!!




I received a Yonanas Machine for review purposes.  All opinions are my own.  
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Comments

Veronica said…
THIS IS SO COOL!!!

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